I did a post once about things authors do that are red flags to reviewers. But something I didn’t mention in that post is the mistakes authors make AFTER contracting with a reviewer. An author sent you their book, you agreed to review it, that should be the end of the interaction. Except sometimes it’s... Continue Reading →
As we head into 2023 I felt like it was important to take an inventory of the ideas I have and the stages they’re in.
Yesterday I posted about red flags book reviewers may encounter that would warn them away from working with an author. Well, that’s only one side of this relationship.
I’ve been thinking of writing a duology of blog posts for a while now, one where I talk about the red flags associated with the reviewer/author relationship.
Today’s update (fondly known as Week 1) for National Novel Writing Month is actually a video which dropped on YouTube this morning.
Today, I wanted to check in on how that process is going for me and give you some places where you can get some more ideas if you think your list is too short.
One netted the prompt “What were 3 things you touched today? Describe the textures.” and the other gave me the single word “leap”. Let’s see what happens.